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The Rachmaninoff Networks thanks you very much for your donation. On the website and our facebook page you can follow the accomplishments made with your financial support
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the Sergei Rachmaninoff International Database
Over the past two years, the Rachmaninoff Network has digitally copied thousands of artifacts at SENAR – Rachmaninoff’s holiday retreat on Lake Lucerne in Switzerland. The information found there, reveals a new side to the composer. More info on our Senar project to be found HERE
Now that all material has been digitized and conserved, the Rachmaninoff Network is planning to realise a Sergei Rachmaninoff International Database that will digital access to the material. The Rachmaninoff Network specifically aims to extend this database worldwide to public and private collections outside SENAR to digitally link all the many traces of Rachmaninoff’s life throughout the world..
In order to lay a solid, sustainable basis for the Sergei Rachmaninoff International Database, the Rachmaninoff Network needs to purchase Licences for Adlib, professional Museum Software to set up the SRIDB database, as well as accompanying hardware. In total a sum of € 10,000 is required for this initial set-up.
You can also support this pioneering international project. To this end Rachmaninoff Network has launched a crowdfunding campaign. Any extra money raised through our crowdfunding campaign will be invested in the continuation (link naar timeline) of the project.
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Support us with € 70,- or more and receive an exclusive copy of MUZE magazine in Dutch, but lavishly illustrated with many pages of beautiful pictures of SENAR, its interior, exterior, park and exclusive items from its collection. Included is a complimentary CD holding the WFMT Radio Network’s biographical documentary - with contributions from Valery Gergiev, Hélène Grimaud, Nikolai Lugansky, Gianandrea Noseda, Garrick Ohlsson, Antonio Pappano and the composer’s grandson Alexandre Rachmaninoff.